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Best Japanese restaurants doing delivery and takeaway in Hong Kong

Because sometimes we want our favourite Japanese food, without leaving the comfort of home!

By Sam Evans
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Let's face it, us Hong Kong dwellers love Japanese food. There's just something about the subtle flavours and dizzying variety that we simply cannot get enough of – to the point where many of us won't even blink when dropping hundreds of dollars on an omakase dinner. Having a sit-down meal may not be at the top of your to-do list right now, but luckily some great Japanese establishments around the city are providing takeaway and delivery services. So whether it's sashimi, tempura, or udon, you can get your favourites delivered to your door.

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Best Japanese deliveries and takeaways

Tsuta

Restaurants Japanese Causeway Bay

In 2015, Tokyo restaurant Tsuta became the first ramen joint in the world to be awarded a Michelin star, and in Hong Kong, the ramenya delivers on the brand's stellar reputation. Delivery is available on all sorts of the restaurant’s Japanese rice and sandwich options. For their world-famous ramen though, you’ll have to collect in-store, as the chefs want to ensure a top-notch taste experience for all who eat it. For delivery, order via Foodpanda 25 minutes ahead of time and they’ll bring your food to you in Tsim Sha Tsui and neighbouring districts.

Tsukiji food
Tsukiji food
Tsukiji

Tsukiji

Restaurants Central

While it may look like a tiny shop from the outside, Tsukiji actually has a cosy upstairs area that can seat around 20. There's an extensive menu of sushi and sashimi, of which some can now be delivered right to your door. The offerings for delivery include lunch box sets (from $118), Tsukiji special sets for two ($282), four ($694) or six people ($978) which offers a choice of salmon or California rolls, crab roe salad, dumplings, and deep-fried chicken cartilage to name a few. This eatery also offers an extensive grilled selection of treats such as hamachi kama – the collar of a Japanese yellowtail ($138), silver codfish ($110) or mackerel ($78). For delivery to Central and neighbouring districts, hit up Foodpanda 30 minutes ahead of time.

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Sushi Hiro 壽司廣
Sushi Hiro 壽司廣
Photograph: Courtesy Sushi Hiro

Sushi Hiro

Restaurants Japanese Causeway Bay

Sushi Hiro is known around these parts for its extensive menu of quality sushi, sashimi and tempura. While sitting down at the restaurant may not be quite so appealing right now, luckily they've teamed up with Uber Eats to make a selection of their offerings available for delivery. You can enjoy a mixed sushi bowl ($280), salmon oyakodon ($320), the assorted nigiri sushi bento ($360) and various other mouthwatering bites. Order to Causeway Bay and surrounding districts from Uber Eats 45 minutes ahead of time.

 

Ganbei food
Ganbei food
Ganbei

Ganbei Yakitori

Restaurants Japanese Tsim Sha Tsui

With shops in Tsim Sha Tsui and Sai Ying Pun, delivery from here is available to a wide range of neighbourhoods. Deliverable offerings include grilled seafood, meats and vegetables galore, so order to your heart’s content! There’s beef with enoki skewer ($46), bacon and lychee skewer ($46) and ox tongue skewer ($58). Veg lovers fear not, as there are also offerings like the whole eggplant with garlic ($68) or the cheese zucchini skewer ($30). They also deliver piping hot ramen or udon from $98 and a variety of fried dishes so you won’t go hungry. For delivery, hit Foodpanda or Uber Eats.

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Fumi lunch set. Image: Callaghan Walsh
Fumi lunch set. Image: Callaghan Walsh
Photograph: Callaghan Walsh

Fumi

Restaurants Japanese Central

At Fumi, diners can experience the different flavours of Japan without shelling out for a plane ticket to the country. From behind the sushi counter, the experienced chefs serve up carefully crafted dishes, all made with fresh ingredients that are flown in straight from the shores and markets of Japan. The best part of all is that they’ve started doing delivery, so you can get your Japanese favourites brought to you. They feature various sashimi offerings, such as chutoro ($158/2 pieces), Hokkaido scallop ($128/2 pieces), salmon belly ($68/2 pieces) and Hokkaido sweet shrimp ($48/2 pieces). Also, we recommend ordering the tempura and any one of the selection grilled dishes up for grabs. A popular choice for lunch is the bento box, which can be ordered with grilled eel and sweet soy sauce ($280), or crispy Miyazaki kurobuta pork cutlet ($260). Deliveroo will deliver your dish, or pop in and pick it up yourself.

Gyotaku Central sushi set
Gyotaku Central sushi set
Photograph: Courtesy Gyotaku

Gyotaku

Restaurants Japanese Central

Gyotaku is perfect for those looking to take a lunch break from their busy work-from-home schedules or enjoy a fine Japanese dinner with your loved ones at home. Bento boxes such as the Gyotaku fine diet bento ($158) or chicken teriyaki bento ($118) are available for order, as are their deep-fried oyster and mini bara chirashi bowl sets ($220) and uni and minced tuna rice bowls ($320). No need to cook when you can enjoy the finest Japanese delicacies delivered fresh to your doorstep. Order via Deliveroo or Uber Eats. 

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